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Janette Brand Miller
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Vermilion (July 1, 2005)
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What makes my blood glucose go up- and down?: and 101 other frequently asked questions about your blood glucose levels. 2003, Marlowe & Co. in English.

Jennie Brand-Miller and Kaye Foster-Powell, authors of the New York Times best-seller The New Glucose Revolution,, and David Mendosa, a leading diabetes journalist, answer the most frequently asked questions about blood glucose levels. They address a wide range of concerns, correct common misconceptions, and educate how best to monitor and control glucose levels. Among the questions addressed are: What is a normal blood glucose level? What can I do to bring down my blood glucose levels when they're high? Can being stressed really have something to do with my high blood glucose?

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